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FormatCommodore 64 Demo
GraphicsOdie and T.M.R
Release date15th December 2018
External linksCSDb

Commodore 64

ICSRTU (I Can See Right Thru You) was a record released by the group Supercharge back in 1979. This is an FM music demo of that record made for the FM-YAM cartridge (OPL2). If you are running this on WinVICE, please enable the Commodore Sound Expander cartridge and change the emulation from YM3526 (OPL1) to YM3812 (OPL2). For people who are running this on an original Commodore Sound Expander, the YM3526 sounds quite different due to the lack of supported waveforms.

This music was created with a beta copy of Odie's OPuLent music Editor V1.00 in Windows 10. It requires a lot of bug-fixing and this is the first full music demo to be arranged in it. Currently, it exports music out to source code in 64tass format as this is Odie's preferred assembler. The music is output to assembly code just in case something requires parameter tweaking, however, this demo plays back identically on the C64 to the Windows editor. The editor supports up to 2-oscillators per voice up to OPL3 (should we ever get an OPL3 cartridge).

This demo is for PAL machines only.

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